Georgia was not the only person to criticise Ciarran and Timm on social media.
Comedian and writer Rosie Waterland took to Twitter to say: "Omg Timmmmmm and Ciarran are actually just the worst. Can they just go away together and get tooth whitening sponsorships on insta and talk about the ‘bro-code’ until they grow old and their tattoos look (more) ridiculous on wrinkly-ass skin."
"Ciarran and Tim are just high school jocks from the 90s put in the bodies of Central Coast pop punk band members. F***in yucky," another person penned.
"How toxic is the bro code? Women are not your property or your mates property. They are humans who make their own decisions," a third wrote.
Georgia is currently in lockdown with Lee and her beloved cat Pawdrey Hepburn in Melbourne and the couple were forced to cancel their Italian wedding that they'd hoped to celebrate in 2021.
"We're just planning as if everything will be OK by next year, but we still don't know whether it will be. It's also hard to do a lot of it when we can't even get down to Tassie," the bride-to-be told Now To Love.
"While it can feel really unfair that COVID-19 has taken over so much of the fun planning time, it's actually really special that we have so much time at home with our partners to do the planning. That's how Lee and I are looking at it, we feel grateful to have this dedicated time to plan and get excited."
Speaking to the Ben, Rob & Robbo show back in June pre-lockdown, the reporter said: "We figured there's too many 'What if's' in the world at the moment, there's too many variables. Even if borders re-open up, even if we're all fine to travel by then, even if Italy's fine by then, we don't want to put it on our family and friends that they have to find the money to do so in such uncertain times with people losing jobs and everything".
Georgia then shared the updated plans, adding: "What was kind of a dream is now just a distant memory and we've gone back to the natural next step of Tasmania".